January 19, 2018
Lisa's mom was an incredibly strong woman and loving mother. She came from Germany by herself and went on to become a successful business woman in the US. Lisa learned a lot from her mom and drew inspiration from her to start her own business.
Lisa herself is an amazing woman, she is an organizing and productivity coach with her company Positively Productive Systems, LLC. Check her out on her website: https://positivelyproductive.com/
She is running a free program in February called Positively Grateful which sounds like it will be phenomenal. To sign up for her free Gratitude Series, go to:https://www.subscribepage.com/positively-grateful-series_Feb2018
I plan on having her back for a future episode about letting go and decluttering after losing a loved one so stay tuned to hear more from Lisa in the future.
A big thank you to you the listeners and a big thank you to Lisa for sharing to keep the memory alive...
January 12, 2018
Nancy is a super awesome woman who was lucky enough to have her mom around until she was 92 years old. Nancy tells us about what her mom was like and how her mom's wisdom is helping her live her best life.
I was introduced to Nancy by her son Alexander, who hosts a super cool podcast called The Podcaster's Life w/The Podcaster's Coach and you can check it out here: http://podcasterscoach.com/live-podcast/
I was actually a guest on his show so if you can't get enough of my voice, check it out. It was the first time I had ever done a live podcast which was a really cool experience: http://podcasterscoach.com/pearls-from-my-mom/
We also did a Micro Podcast Improv which Nancy references in this episode: https://www.spreaker.com/user/podcasterscoach/ep-43-boring
Last but not least, Alex is literally writing The Book on Podcasting which will publish soon and I have a couple of pages I have written for him on legacy in podcasting so check that out when it comes out!
January 5, 2018
In my conversations with people who have lost loved ones I have found that many of them have either gone to or are interested in seeing a psychic medium. Almost every single person I have interviewed so far has said they believe their mother visits them in one form or another, is it so crazy to think that they might use a living person to connect with us?
I have never been to a psychic medium, was curious about how it all worked, and thought I would find a psychic medium to see if they would have a chat with me to tell me all about it. Anne was nice enough to put herself out there and answer my questions. Originally I had planned to do a quick Q & A with her and play some other interviews with a couple of people who wanted to talk about their experiences with psychic mediums but I will release that in a follow up episode.
If you want to learn more about Anne, you can visit her facebook page
And if you want to meet her in person in Wakefield,QC-check out this event on January 13th
Tarot/Oracle Card Reading Event · Hosted by The Chrisalis
If you want to be a part of my follow up episode to share your experience with a psychic medium (positive, neutral or negative) please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If this episode wasn't your cup of tea, not to worry, I will be back next week with an interview with a sweet lady named Nancy telling me all about the pearls of wisdom she learned from her mom.
November 3, 2017
Cierra lost her mom, Amy, 6 years ago and for a while she wasn't able to talk about it. I am so happy she is now because she sounds like she was an incredible woman. Listen as Cierra recounts some of her favorite pearls of wisdom and stories from her late mom. Also, learn what Kentucky Fried Chicken is called in Quebec and what item is left off of the menu here (side note: there are actually 2, mashed potatoes are also not on the menu in Quebec- which is upsetting).
Cierra is passionate about empowering and inspiring college dropouts and has her own podcast on the subject, please check it out: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-college-dropout-podcast-4/the-college-dropout-podcast
October 27, 2017
Anita Heidema joins me on this week's episode to talk about her mother, Fenna Heidema and how her death from a misdiagnosis of Lewy Body Demetia led her to start a foundation in her mother's name. Anita's story is beautiful and inspiring, have a listen and then share it with your friends.
Please check out Anita's amazing work: http://anitaheidema.com/giving-back/
October 20, 2017
My mom said it to me, her mom said it to her, I say it to my kids, and you have probabaly been told this at some point in your life.
If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all. But does this principle still ring true in the internet-connected world in which we live today?
Curious about the origins of this phrase and what do a bunch of strangers I asked on facebook think about it? Listen to find out...
October 13, 2017
Kelli doesn't have regrets about the way she left things with her mom 5 years ago, she does have some excellent advice for people going through grief. Join us as we chat about working with your mom at her Mexican restaurant and what it was like for her mom to seek cancer treatment in South Korea.
Check out Kelli's insanely cool business website: https://www.thenandnowdoubletakes.com/
I know what I will be getting my family for Christmas this year...
October 6, 2017
Melissa just lost her mom a few months ago and she bravely asked to come on the podcast to tell her mom's story. Join us as she shares her favorite memories and the lessons she has learned on her grief journey thus far.
September 29, 2017
Charles lost his mom suddenly 4 years ago, he has a great sense of humor and has used this in dealing with such tragic circumstances. We talk about learning new things about his mom after her passing and how to deal with the loss.
Charles is the host of a comedy podcast that I recommend for when you just need to laugh, check it out at: https://somethingrandompod.podbean.com/
September 22, 2017
Kristina was inspired by her mom's battle with lung cancer to start The Pearl Project with the goal of raising money for lung cancer research and getting rid of the stigma associated with lung cancer. Kristina's work is incredible and her stories about working with her mom, starting at age 14 will inspire you. Her story hits close to home for me, I lost my mom to lung cancer and my mother in law is a lung cancer survivor. Thank you so much for listening and please check out Kristina's beautiful work: http://www.pearlproject.org/
Sharing to keep the legacy alive...